Clearwater will host Jefferson (Festus) in the Class 2 State Quarterfinal volleyball match on Saturday, October 30th at 3 PM. The game will be held at Clearwater High School. Tickets must be purchased online at mshsaa.org. Follow the link for tickets on their homepage, select volleyball, then Class 2, and select our game. The ticket price is $7 plus a convenience fee. No tickets will be sold at the door. We will scan the QR code on your phone, or you may print the ticket page to be scanned at the gate. The game will also be broadcast on MSHSAA TV which can be found on the MSHSAA website. The cost of the game is $10 plus a fee. Gates will open at 1:30 PM tomorrow.
The Robotics Team is selling meat sticks to help raise funds for their competition. Stop by Mr. Briley’s room, the library, or see a team member to get a delicious meat stick from Stonies!
Order on this link BY 11:00!
Clearwater will face Portageville in the Class 2 State Sectional game in volleyball on Thursday, October 28th at 6:30 PM. The game will be played at Portageville High School. As of now, there are no restrictions for COVID. Admission to the game will be $7 for ages 6 and up. All tickets must be purchased digitally. This can be done on your phone or computer. There will be NO ticket sales at the door. This rule was put in place by MSHSAA. Follow this link: https://www.mshsaa.org/CMSPages/Tickets.aspx
The Clearwater Cross Country team got together on Friday the 22nd for a night time glow run at Clearwater Campground. Around 20 team members along with their siblings participated in this fun team building event. Cross Country has their district meet this Saturday in Arcadia Valley.
The Lady Tigers volleyball team will play in the District Championship game tonight at Twin Rivers High School. The top-seeded Lady Tigers will play #2 seed Bloomfield in the championship game at 6 PM tonight. Admission to the game is $5/person. You may watch the game live at mshsaa.tv as well. The cost of the game is $9.95. The winner of the game tonight will advance to the State Sectional game to be played on Thursday.
On Thursday, 30 CHS students went to Perryville with Mr. Terry Briley. While there, students visited classrooms in Ranken Tech and learned about the career preparation it offers in welding, IT, and IET (Institute of Engineering and Technology) maintenance. Students also visited with Robinson Construction, seeing demonstrations in construction equipment and CAD; at TG USA, students viewed automated machinery. This is one of many ways our students are discovering options for careers and post high school training. Photo credit: Koby Kelly